Polar Pace – First Pre Alpha Released
If you like racing games on Android and feel like lending a hand to a starting dev, please check out the game that XDA member bobhoil has made for us. Not an awful lot is said at the moment, but the dev is looking for testers (preferably with various devices) to check compatibility of the game. From the brief description, the game is basically a snowmobile racing game in 2D, which will later grow into a 3D game.
Remember, most good games start out small. So, lets give this new coming dev a hand and leave some feedback on his project.
Polar Pace is going to be a downhill racing game with snowmobiles. I hope after this 2d version to eventually jump into 3d. This is going to be my first launch into android programming so please don’t be to harsh!
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